Woodstock: Interviews and Recollections (Paperback)
In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock, this brand new photo book goes behind the scenes of the hit documentary film Woodstock Where were you in the summer of '69? During these tumultuous times, the war was raging; Ali had been stripped of his crown; and in an obscure patch of earth in upstate New York, an event called Woodstock would change the world. This unique book is a collection of remembrances and perceptions from the filmmakers who created, and for performers and festival producers who appeared in, the Academy Award winning film, Woodstock. Featuring Janis Joplin, David Crosby, The Who, Joan Baez, Merv Griffin, and many, many, more
Dale Bell, 78, has spent his professional life in the arts, television and film. His awards include the Academy Award (Woodstock), the Peabody Award (Kennedy Center Tonight), two Emmys, four BAFTAs, and two Christophers. His work--performance, dramatic, documentary, commercials and industrials--has been seen globally, primarily on public television and NBC, ABC, A&E, Discovery, History, The Learning Channel, TBS, and others. In 1999, he joined Harry Wiland to create the Media & Policy Center, where together, they have earned the Ashoka and the Purpose Prize Fellowships while producing social justice multi-media initiatives for PBS on such topics as health care, eldercare, sustainable pioneers, healthy schools and communities, and now, Opioids, the VW scandal, and Our Kids with Professor Robert Putnam. They have also been professors of a two-year graduate course at Woodbury University in Burbank that focuses on leveraging media for greater social justice.